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20, 7 - 3ff Ygl. Εχ. 17, 4; Num. 14, 10 - ;)ff Vgl. Harna<>k TU. 42, 4, 49 - 8-10 Hebr. 11, 37 - 10 1\Iatth. 23, 35 - 11 fl Vgl. Orig. prol. in Cant. (VIII, 88, 1 ff) - 12ff Vgl. Orig. coιnm. in 1\latth. 23, 37ff (ΧΙ, 50, 24) - 14 Hebr. ) 11. Tim. 3, 12 - 19 ;\latti1. 28, 19- 20 Act. 1, 8 - 23f Ygl. Act. 13,46 - 26 Joel2, 28 - 27f Vgl. Jolι. 15, 19 7 I. ά:τοκeύφφ Ήσαtου? ΚΙ, vgl. secretum Esaiae Oι·ig. comm. ser. 28 50, 28) 12 ού] auclι V μη υ Ι Ι. δεδημ(οσι)ευμέvοις ? Schίirer RE3 1, 622, 53, dagegen Zahn GK 1, 128 Α.

Orig. de pι·inc. ΙΙΙ, ι, 19 (,τ, 232, 6) lo Gen. ι. 11-161 Ygl. Ι. Kor. ι2, 10-20ff Sap. Sal. 9, 6-26 Jer. 9, 2332 Ygl. Harnack TU. 42, 4, 84 Α. ο;•ισθιjσεται <:\Ι 11 l. :rεριέχοιι? 2 ( ΊΌιη. Χ, 11) :ΗΙ 10. δόυυκιιίοι :rεul ι'ιι·ιιστιίσηιι~ ι•f·κψίΊι• ιίι; ούκ ι'γΗψψfι•ιιιι•. -ιιfJί::~ ι'χι)ι•­ rιίι;) τωι•. uισιιίοι. γt-ίρω•τιιι. ιιυv. ·ο; 1-fόι• Ίησοϋ;, ι)εκτικό: τώι• rιvτιίΊι• διΨά10 ,ιιεωι·, ιι'l :rρότεΙJοι• iι·ιίΙJγουι· 11' τι~ Ίωάvη]. :rοίω• οϋΊ· εχει :τιΟιιι•ύτητυ. εγοι• ι•ίόι• εlι·αι >Jτov τέκτοι·ο;ιι κιιί λlαΙJία:.

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